TOEFL TestReady, an AI-powered platform by ETS, offers personalised study tips and practice activities for TOEFL exam preparation. (Pexels)News 

Revolutionize your TOEFL test preparation with the power of AI

ETS, the governing body of the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), has announced the availability of TOEFL TestReady, an AI-powered platform that offers personalized study support to candidates preparing for the online examination.

TOEFL TestReady offers a range of free and paid services to help test takers improve their English skills, including reading, listening, speaking and writing. This platform combines existing TOEFL iBT preparation resources with new features to provide a comprehensive preparation experience.

The most important features of the platform are:

Daily Scored Activities: Includes fully graded sets of questions or tasks such as listening to lectures and related questions.

Personalized preparation plans: customized study schedules according to individual needs.

Access to videos, courses, books, tips and progress tracking tools.

Paid offers include:

Section Tests: provides scores and insights after completing entire test sections.

Section practice: providing feedback and insights at the question/task level in certain sections and sample answers.

Targeted practice: providing feedback and insights on specific question/task types to aid targeted improvement.

“TOEFL TestReady emerges as a comprehensive test preparation platform that leverages artificial intelligence to provide personalized insights and targeted recommendations aimed at maximizing proficiency on the high-stakes TOEFL exam,” ETS stated in its official release.

Free offerings include daily scoring, personalized preparation plans, and a wealth of learning materials including videos, courses, books, and progress tracking. In addition, paid services include section tests, section exercises with detailed feedback, and targeted exercises that target specific question types.

According to ETS, TOEFL TestReady aims to optimize the skill level of test-takers by providing personalized insights and targeted recommendations through artificial intelligence integration. Preliminary research suggests a correlation between higher scores on the platform and improved performance on the actual exam.

ETS highlights the platform’s ability to aggregate performance metrics and provide tailored instruction to address individual skill gaps while tracking progress. The computer-based TOEFL iBT test assesses applicants’ English language skills, which often serves as a prerequisite for international employment and educational opportunities.

Acceptable TOEFL or IELTS scores are usually mandatory criteria for obtaining a study or work visa in countries such as the US, UK, Canada, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand, regardless of a person’s English-speaking educational background.

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